Sgwrs:Esperanto

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Thanks a lot for this sentence! Sometimes it's just good to know that others just know of the existence of your language and that it is still alive! Multkolorbirdo

It looks like the Welsh Esperanto Federation uses "Esperanto" when writing in Welsh -- see http://members.tripod.com/~esperantowales/cymraeg/beth.html Arwel 21:39, 16 Feb 2004 (UTC)

That was why I asked. We follow the priciple that every language community should have right to develop their own language according their own rules trying to protect its own charakter. One of the rules of our esperanto-language, which is some what diputed in the last time, is that we won't just accept to be swept over with non-integrated new words into our vokabulary. We changed the name of your language according to our rules into kimra lingvo. Take it as a licence to decide by yourself if you choose either Esperanto or Esperanteg. My very personal opinion is that, because all languages that are not VERY exotic are ending with -eg, changing Esperanto into Esperanteg would make it less "exotic" for you and I personally would see it as a honour. Multkolorbirdo 62.224.83.246 22:04, 16 Feb 2004 (UTC)

I understand the ideals, but to be fair they relate to usage in Esperanto and not to Welsh. I have moved the page because there is no evidence that "Esperanteg" is actually used -- Google search for "Esperanteg" gives nothing written in Welsh, but by contrast here are Web pages giving usage as "Esperanto":
http://members.tripod.com/~esperantowales/cymraeg/beth.html (as above)
http://www.phon.ucl.ac.uk/home/wells/esp-cym.htm
http://www.esperanto.net/info/index_cy.html
--Bach 13:32, 21 Feb 2004 (UTC)